Hazen Star News

There are festivals of music, festivals of food and festivals of love. This weekend, it’s the festival of culture. This weekend, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, located one mile north of Stanton, presents the 28th annual Culture Fest. Formal presentations run from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. MDT both Saturday and Sunday, with ongoing presentations taking place throughout each day.

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The summer might be half over, but there is still plenty of sunshine left in the season – meaning Hazen Parks and Recreation is determined to serve the public, and open the Hazen Public Pool for the remainder of the summer season.

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As the sun warms your face and toe-tapping tunes fill the air, kick back and give thanks for the blessings in your life at the seventh annual Praise on the Prairie music festival this weekend.

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It hasn’t come quickly and it hasn’t come easily, but the Hazen School Board and Hazen Education Association gained some ground in negotiations in a special meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the Hazen Elementary School.

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Just in time for the Hazen City Commission meeting Monday evening, the City Planning and Zoning Board recommended the current nursery property and potential nursery property both be rezoned to allow the movement of the Sam Reich Memorial Tree Nursery.

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Fair organizers had everything ready to go for this past weekend’s 35th annual Mercer County Fair, and everything went according to plan.

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Fair organizers had everything ready to go for this past weekend’s 35th annual Mercer County Fair, and everything went according to plan.

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Mercer County officials and city representatives met with personnel from the North Dakota Department of Transportation Thursday morning in Bismarck to make their case face-to-face as to why a 10-mile stretch of County Road 21 should be on the state highway system.

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It’s here, the Mercer County Fair will run its full course Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 25-28 with all its county glory, ready to delight children from 1-100. The fairgrounds located in Beulah along Seventh Street Northeast are filled with colorful lights, cotton candy, children, laughter, FFA and 4-H entries and more including carnival rides.

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With less-than-desirable temperatures and even snowflakes accompanying this year’s late spring, the opening of the Hazen Public Pool has experienced its share of setbacks

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